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Samsung Sydney text problem


Duncanf

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Hi..never knew about this part of the PCA forum! Could someone please tell me how to save the text input options so that I don't get auto completion and word prediction. I have to select my input options EVERY message as it always seems to revert to auto completion and word prediction. (Silver surfer!)

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mgmcc

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My Android phone isn't a Samsung, but if I go into "Settings >> Language & keyboard >> Advanced settings", I have an option to untick "Word Prediction". See if you have a similar option, although it might be buried deeper into the menus.

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SillBill

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I have a Samsung Galaxy Y and this is the route to switch off Predictive text etc. >Settings>Locale and Text>Samsung Keypad>XT9 disable XT9 and it disables a bunch of other settings that you probably don't want - they can be viewed in XT9 advanced settings when XT9 is enabled.

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Duncanf

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Many thanks, mgmcc and SillBill. The settings option got me into the right bit. Thank you both again!

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